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Phase-belt harmonics in complex finite-element analysis of induction motors with an airgap interface coupling

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5 Author(s)
Ouazir, Y. ; Ecole Nat. Polytechnique, Algiers ; Ibtiouen, R. ; Takorabet, N. ; Touhami, O.
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A model for considering phase-belt harmonics in complex finite-element analysis of induction motors is presented. The rotor motion is accounted for by coupling the stator and rotor fields at a suitable airgap interface. To include the phase belt harmonics, a spectral decomposition of the rotor field is performed. The significant harmonic fields are linked to the stator field at the coupling interface using a transformation technique. Saturation is taken into account in a time-average sense using an effective reluctivity. Calculations are compared with measurements

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Electric Power Applications, IEE Proceedings -  (Volume:153 ,  Issue: 4 )